The Baltimore Ravens may not be happy about having to play Thursday night, but they should be thrilled to see the Cleveland Browns on the other side of the field.
The Ravens have won eight straight over their AFC North rivals, and the Browns are the conference's only winless team heading into this matchup at M&T Bank Stadium.
Baltimore (2-1) will be playing its third prime-time home game after Sunday night's 31-30 comeback victory over New England. The Ravens have now won 13 straight in Baltimore including one playoff win.
"We've played Thursday after a Sunday but we haven't played Thursday after a Sunday night," coach John Harbaugh said.
Safety Ed Reed isn't happy about the quick turnaround, making that clear in comments Tuesday.
"I never liked it when the Thursday night game came out," Reed told the Ravens' official website. "It's all about money. Like I said, it's out of my hands."
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